Peake-Sahib

FEEL UP | Eddie Peake and Prem Sahib | REMAP 4 – Athens

7 Sep ’13

Feel Up by Eddie Peake and Prem Sahib.
09 Sep 2013 – 30 Sep 2013

Borne of ongoing collaborative conversations between Sahib and Peake, Feel Up extends from their performance Darkroom, first realized in October 2011, London, at Vogue Fabrics’ Anal House Meltdown club night, and again at Take Courage gallery space. more

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Alberto Giacometti – Bill Viola | GALLERIA DELLE ARTI – Torino

7 Sep ’13

Statico Dinamico | Alberto Giacometti – Bill Viola
curated by 
Graziano Menolascina
21 Sep 2013 – 26 Oct 2013


Vernissage 21 Sep 2013 ore 19.00

 

Alberto Giacometti nacque a Borgonovo di Stampa, nel Canton Grigioni (Svizzera), il 10 ottobre 1901 da Giovanni Giacometti, un pittore post-impressionista svizzero, e da Annetta Stampa, svizzera discendente di rifugiati protestanti italiani. more

EXTRASPAZIO

Group Exhibition | EXTRASPAZIO

5 Jul ’13

Paradise Now | 4 Jul 2013 – 26 Jul 2013
curated by Manrica Rotili

Paradise Now was one of the Living Theatre’s most disruptive shows which, at the end of the sixties, took the company to its revolutionary peak. There are many reasons behind choosing this title for a collective exhibition by six young Italian artists appearing at extraspazio for the first time. more

A Retrospective Ranging From Black History To Underwater Fantasy At Tate …

5 May ’13

Ellen Gallagher, Bird In Hand, 2006. Copyright Tate and the artist.

Not all retrospectives at Tate Modern can be blockbusters like Lichtenstein. But this is no bad thing as we discovered in the subtle and intricate sculptures in the Saloua Chouchair exhibition. The latest artist to be afforded a look back at her career is Ellen Gallagher, an artist who’s well known across the Atlantic but less so on our shores. more

On the Market: MoMA’s Other Architectural Victims; Villagers Rage Against Bike …

5 May ’13

Bloomberg gives 9/11 Museum $15 million loan from his personal fortune. [NYT]Hotel on East 45th Street will become (rare) time share. [Crain’s]Mold problems that cost half-a-million dollars and endless headaches to fix. [WSJ]So charming! Oldest (built in 1799) house in the Village tries for $6.9 million. [Curbed]Citing poverty-level wages, unions file suit to stop City Point construction. more

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5 May ’13

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With a Museum for a Neighbor …

5 May ’13

But MoMA’s plan can hardly be a surprise, because its entire history since 1937 is based on demolishing potential landmarks.

Construction of big, comfortable brownstones began on this block of West 53rd in 1867. It was certainly reassuring when, in 1884, John D. Rockefeller bought the free-standing brownstone at 4 West 54th Street along with its spacious garden, promising to be a most congenial backyard neighbor. more

Un-Green Building: MoMA’s American Folk Art Mistake

5 May ’13

One of the greatest attributes of a world-class city is its ability to respect and add new context to the works of previous generations of architects. Some old buildings come down to make way for new, allegedly more efficient ones, but in most cases those targeted for the wrecking ball are either old and crumbling, or hold little architectural value. more

Caserta, omaggio a Carla Accardi alla galleria Nicola Pedana Arte …

4 May ’13

 

CASERTA- Si inaugurerà oggi, sabato 4 maggio alle ore 19, presso la galleria Nicola Pedana Arte Contemporanea in via Don Bosco 7 a Caserta, la mostra Carla Accardi. Vitalità del segno”, a cura di Teresa Lucia Cicciarella. In esposizione tredici opere realizzate dall’artista a partire dagli anni Sessanta fino ad arrivare a quelle più recenti. more

"5 ELEMENTI 5" LA MOSTRA DI ARTE CONTEMPORANEA

4 May ’13

o4m Odaka per mostrARTI

Via Di Santa Maria in Monticelli,66

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“5 Elementi 5” legno . fuoco . terra . metallo . acqua Armonie e contrasti della natura visti attraverso l’Arte e il Feng Shui

dal 11/05/2013 al 30/05/2013

La mostra collettiva presentata presso il complesso dell’Ex Cartiera Latina di via Appia Antica, debutterà sabato 11 maggio con un nuovo allestimento presso 04m Odaka per mostrArti in via S. more

Castrovillari: dal 12 maggio la rassegna d’arte contemporanea …

3 May ’13

Un momento da non perdere per il messaggio che lancia. Dal 12 maggio, quando verrà inaugurata alle ore 18, al 12 giugno il Castello Aragonese di Castrovillari accoglierà, nei suoi spazi espositivi, la rassegna d’Arte contemporanea “Rosa dei Venti”.

“L’esposizione – spiegano gli organizzatori- , caratterizzata dai contributi calabresi di Biffi, Clemente, Credidio, D’Amico, Diaco, De Marco, De Simone, Dzhumaeva, Ferraro, Guido Liguori, Paese, Palazzo, Prezio, Pugliese, Romeo, Spina, Stasi, Tridico, Veneruso, De Luca, mira a far incontrare persone con percorsi umani e culturali differenti, favorendo l’arricchimento reciproco e il confronto tra espressioni artistiche e linguistiche varie con la cultura locale, permettendo, così, al territorio di appropriarsi di espressioni artistiche inedite per esprimersi in modo nuovo e promuovere e facilitare il processo di comprensione dell’arte contemporanea.”

L’appuntamento si tiene in collaborazione con l’Amministrazione Comunale “per volontà del Sindaco, Domenico Lo Polito, e del consigliere Lucio Rende con delega alla Cultura, sempre sensibili – affermano i promotori dell’appuntamento- a tutto ciò provoca positivamente la realtà e scaturisce dalle capacità presenti di uomini e donne nonché dal  desiderio di porre testimoni appassionati dell’attività artistico- culturale e creativa”,  e grazie alle  associazioni Sifeum e Mystica Calabria di Castrovillari nonché Ucai e Cif- Sezione di Corigliano Calabro. more

La scuola diventa un museo di arte contemporanea

3 May ’13

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L’AQUILA Anche chi ha negli occhi la polvere delle macerie, ne sente il pizzicore dentro le narici e non riesce a dimenticare la sensazione tremenda del respiro che si spezza in gola, può coltivare sogni. Da tenere vivi e pulsanti nel cuore, non chiusi in un cassetto. Lo sanno bene gli studenti del Liceo scientifico «Bafile» dell’Aquila, che ospitano nella sede della scuola la terza edizione di un progetto bello, profondamente significativo, nato da un’idea della docente Licia Galizia, che ha trasformato in un museo di arte contemporanea l’edificio di via Colle Sapone. more

Tutto pronto per la mostra di arte contemporanea ‘Il sopruso silente’

2 May ’13

Il Sopruso Silente” è una mostra collettiva itinerante di arte contemporanea sia figurativa che letteraria. La prima tappa si è svolta a Ferrara nel mese di Marzo. Gli artisti esposti sono più di trenta, provenienti da tutta Italia e da oltre confine. Il tema che lega tutte le opere è la violenza quotidiana nelle sue molteplici forme (violenza sulle donne, malattia, dipendenze, violenza derivante da ruoli sociali, ma anche da aspetti di tipo culturale, tradizionale e ambientale). more

Ellen Galagher: AxME, Tate Modern – exhibition review

1 May ’13

It shows the French painter drawing a woman lying on a bed surrounded by Orientalist tapestries, an image seen as a symbol of colonialism, with the western male gazing at an exotic “other”. Gallagher, as an African-American woman, amusingly turns the image around: her face replaces the model’s, and stares — questioningly, even sarcastically — at the artist. more

New York MoMA’s new 7-day week – Rappler.com

1 May ’13

MORE DAYS FOR ART. Claes Oldenburg's 'Two Cheeseburgers, with Everything (Dual Hamburgers),' 1962. Image from the MoMA Museum of Modern Art Facebook pageMORE DAYS FOR ART. Claes Oldenburg’s ‘Two Cheeseburgers, with Everything (Dual Hamburgers),’ 1962. Image from the MoMA Museum of Modern Art Facebook page

NEW YORK, USA – New York’s Museum of Modern Art plans to move to a 7-days-a-week schedule starting Wednesday, May 1, after a similar announcement by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. more

Technology is a catalyst for contemporary art at NEW13

1 May ’13

MELBOURNE –- Set amid a dry, sparse landscape, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) gallery’s distinct red-rust steel facade is an iconic silhouette in the city’s arts precinct. At any time of year this imposing modernist building houses the latest and most significant commissioned artworks of living artists.

Now until May 12, ACCA is hosting NEW13, an annual exhibition which showcases the work of rising Australian artists, and offers audiences a sample of the latest materials, methods, themes and ideas emanating from Australia’s current contemporary art practice. more

Ellsworth Kelly exhibit inaugurates Barnes’ nod to contemporary art

1 May ’13

The Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia is about to open its first exhibition of contemporary art since the foundation was created in 1923. The abstract, minimalist artist Ellsworth Kelly will break the 90-year mold.

 

 

When the Barnes Foundation opened its new building on the Parkway, it reserved a large, rectangular room off the lobby for temporary exhibitions. more

Interviews With Artists

1 May ’13

Collector QA: Jessica Gersh

Jessica Gersh, co-chair of the Whitney Art Party auction on May 1st, also co-chairs the Whitney Museum Contemporaries patron executive committee and is an educator through the Knowledge is Power Program.


Art, Yo…

 Alex Israel mural on the Bowery


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Survey exhibition of American artist Ellen Gallagher’s work opens at Tate Modern

1 May ’13

LONDON.- Ellen Gallagher is one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists to have emerged from North America since the mid-1990s. She brings together imagery from myth, nature, art and social history to create complex works in a wide variety of media, including painting, drawing, relief, collage, print, sculpture, film and animation. more

New York’s MoMA moves to seven-day week – The Straits Times

1 May ’13

NEW YORK (AFP) – New York’s Museum of Modern Art plans to move to a seven-days-a-week schedule starting Wednesday, after a similar announcement by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The MoMA said it was ending its traditional Tuesday closings due to strong public demand.

The expanded hours take the museum – which houses collections of Picasso and other modern masters – back to the schedule kept between its 1929 founding and 1975, when cost-cutting measures were introduced. more

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